Programs that respect your privacy

Category: Privacy Browser PC

  • 2022 Financial Report

    Revenue Total Revenue: $1,365.86 Google Play revenue comes from selling the standard flavor on Google Play. Stripe revenue comes from Liberapay donations. PayPal comes from Liberapay and from direct donations. Patreon revenue comes from Patreon donations. Amazon revenue comes from selling the standard flavor on the Amazon App I currently have .30703 mBTC (milliBitcoin) valued at $5.20 and .013943777 BCH (Bitcoin Cash) valued […]

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  • 2022 Security and Privacy Canary

    BACKDOORS During 2022, Stoutner received 0 requests from governments, organizations, or individuals to insert backdoors into Privacy Browser Android, Privacy Browser PC, or Privacy Cell. During 2022, Stoutner inserted 0 backdoors into Privacy Browser Android, Privacy Browser PC, or Privacy Cell. PRIVACY During 2022, Stoutner received 0 secret requests from governments, organizations, or individuals to […]

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  • Privacy Browser Android 3.13

    Privacy Browser 3.13 was released on 30 December 2022. It fixes a crash caused by Privacy Browser sometimes trying to calculate the scroll position when the WebView doesn’t exist. There is no way I can think of that should cause this to happen, but crash logs indicate it does (gotta love Android). It also fixes […]

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  • Spammers Have No Shame

    I just received the following email with the subject line of “Programs that respect your privacy”. Soren –  Seemingly not talked about enough, it’s amazing how much of our information is out there controlling us. I noticed that you currently aren’t showing ads on stoutner. I was wondering if this is a conscious decision or […]

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  • Why I Insist People Use the Forums and Issue Trackers

    From time to time I come across people who are frustrated when I insist that they use the forums and the issue trackers to communicate with me regarding the project. Instead of having to explain my reasoning over and over again, I thought it would be valuable to post it here. When I first started […]

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  • Mojeek Blog Post

    Mojeek recently wrote a blog post about Privacy Browser Android. I thought it would be interesting to share some thoughts both about Mojeek and about how that post came to be published. I have joked before that selecting a default search engine in Privacy Browser is like trying to find a good Defense Against the […]

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  • WordPress Twenty Twenty-Two Theme

    The website has been updated to the recently released Twenty Twenty-Two theme. By default it wanted to use JavaScript to open and close the navigation menu, like in the past, but because this theme is more configurable that any of the previous official WordPress themes, it allowed me to redesign the site so that it […]

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  • Privacy Browser PC Codebase

    We have reached a stage in the development of Privacy Browser PC where I have finished my preparations and it is time to start working on the codebase, which will be built using C++ on the Qt and KDE Frameworks toolkits. The code can be access through GitWeb. There are also instructions on the main […]

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  • Privacy Browser PC Roadmap

    Originally I was planning on finishing the 3.x series of Privacy Browser Android before starting work on Privacy Browser for other platforms. However, I feel the need from both my users and myself to speed up development of Privacy Browser for the PC. Accordingly, with the release of Privacy Browser 3.8, I am going to […]

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